See that’s kinda funny for me… I have several Roku boxes and my experience with
all of them has been garbage….
Netflix is probably the most dependable app but even with it I’ve had some
weird things go on … Plex I have issues with every so often (audio out of sync
for example). When I try the same “programming” on Apple TV or PS4 I have zero
issues. It got to the point where I just packed them all up into a box and
threw them into a storage bin … only recently did I pull out a Roku 2 and Roku
3 to test an app from a competitor offering IPTV via Roku - it sucked badly too
and other people trialling the service were having issues too …
> On Oct 16, 2016, at 12:20 PM, That One Guy /sarcasm
> <thatoneguyst...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Roku is just an amazing nail on the head device. I still run the old xd it
> still updates, the apps still update, it's got the supported dev channels.
> That's probably one of the most elegantly perfect pieces of electronic in my
> On Oct 16, 2016 10:49 AM, "Bill Prince" <part15...@gmail.com
> <mailto:part15...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> The problem with whatever app is on the TV (or if there is an app), is that
> if the TV is more than 1 year old, it will never be updated again.
> The Netflix app on our (now) 5 year old LG is a poor example of how Netflix
> should actually work (or any of the online streaming services for that
> matter). I didn't realize how poor until we installed a ROKU 2, and found out
> what a reasonably modern implementation looked like.
> On 10/15/2016 10:10 AM, Ken Hohhof wrote:
>> In your experience, does it help if the customer goes through the procedure
>> to update the app on the smart TV?
>> Most of the smart TVs we run into seem to be Samsung. I know a lot of the
>> early ones also didn’t seem to play well with certain WiFi routers.